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Look at this guy on the box! I mean, could this dude be any happier? This MyQ thing must be incredible if it can get a man grinning like a fool.
Honda’s all-new HR-V hits the ground running. Review and photos by Tom Sedens Click on any picture to see a larger version.
A mild refresh makes a highly enjoyable mid-sizer even better. Click on any picture to see a larger version.
I get offers to review products quite often, and typically turn them down as they are of no interest to me or my family.
Big, capable and thirsty, the Tundra doesn’t hold back when it comes to competing with the North American half-ton trucks.
The Acura ILX is the nicest Civic I’ve ever driven. Click on any picture to see a larger version. Pricing: 2016 Acura ILX Base price (A-Spec trim): $34,890 Options: none Freight: $1,995 A/C tax: $100 Price as tested: $36,985 Exterior I’ve always found the ILX to be a nice-looking car, and the 2016 takes things up a notch. If you’re looking for something to compare it with when it comes to its size, the Acura ILX compares nicely to a Honda Civic.
Toyota’s perennial mid-sized best-seller in hybrid guise. Is it worth it? Click on any picture to see a larger version.
I am so excited to tell you about kartSTART’s 2015 season – it’s coming here to Edmonton at the awesome Castrol Raceway tracl from July 6 to 9, 2015!
The big Prius. Don’t worry. For better or worse, it’s still a Prius. Click on any picture to see a larger version.
The one thing I can tell you about the GLA 250 before we even get into it is that it is not an SUV. The funny thing is that Mercedes classifies it as one.
A modern muscle car that does almost everything right. Click on any picture to see a larger version. Pricing: 2015 Ford Mustang GT Base price (GT Premium trim): $42,499 Options: $2000 Equipment Group 401A; $150 floor mats; $150 block heater; $700 security package; $1600 adaptive speed control; $3700 GT Performance Package; $350 reverse park assist; $1800 base Recaro leather seats; $800 navigation system Freight: $1,600 A/C tax: $100 Price as tested: $55,449 Exterior The new Mustang’s styling honours the ageless fastback design of generations past, and is immediately identifiable as a Mustang thanks to some of the vintage-inspired details.
Acura sure throws around a lot of big, important words when it comes to the RLX, their flagship. Words like “uncompromising”, “most progressive”, “most extraordinary” and “like nothing you’ve ever driven”.
The Lincoln brand has seemingly escaped the attention of buyers lately. Plenty of folks see it as nothing more than a fancy Ford with a badge, but the MKC is Lincoln’s attempt to change that perception.
An aging mid-size crossover that still has plenty of tricks up its pricey sleeve. Click on any picture to see a larger version.
And now, for something completely different (well for Lexus anyway). Click on any picture to see a larger version.
A more stylish, less practical 3-series. Click on any picture to see a larger version. Exterior While some will see this as a restricted, less useful version of the best-selling 3-series, BMW wants you to think of it as a fresh dimension on their 4-series coupe – one that adds the functionality of four doors.
VW’s Golf, the evolution of the car for the people, has always been a smart, practical choice. It’s also grown up quite a bit since we first met it.
The Toyota Prius C is the cheapest hybrid you can buy. Obviously something’s gotta give at the low end of the price spectrum, but I was surprised at how much I actually got.
Pave The Way: An Evening in Support of the Brain Centre Campaign Friends, it’s not often that I put my name behind an event, but when it involves a great cause and awesome cars, I’m in.
Still a proper no-frills, no-nonsense SUV. But now there are more frills and nonsense than ever before.